It's always hard to tease out a common theme in a film festival, even one as tightly curated as the New York Film Festival, which ended its 50th edition on Sunday.
The night of Oct. 10 was filled with blood and gut-busting laughter when CBS Films' "Seven Psychopaths" preemed at Gotham's Chelsea Clearview Cinemas.
"It's OK to laugh," writer-director James Ponsoldt told the crowd at MoMA Thursday night. "Not all movies about alcoholism are deadly serious and this is one of them."
"I'm not so sane myself, but no one is these days," Penny Marshall admitted at her intimate soiree Sept. 19 at the Monkey Bar to celebrate her new book, "My Mother Was Nuts: A Memoir by Penny…
Helmer Nicholas Jarecki appeared just as excited about his feature filming bow as the audience at Gotham's Walter Reade Theater waiting for Lionsgate's "Arbitrage" to unspool.
If any New Yorker's messenger service was delayed on Aug. 22, blame it on the preem of Columbia's "Premium Rush" at the Regal Union Square.
Booze was on the brain at the Aug. 13 Gotham preem of the Weinstein Co.'s Prohibition-era pic "Lawless" at the Paley Center for Media.
Tuesday's world preem of TriStar's "Sparkle" belonged to Jordin Sparks and Whitney Houston.
The Bourne series is back, this time with Jeremy Renner in Universal's "The Bourne Legacy."
At Monday's preem at Gotham's Ziegfeld of Universal's "The Bourne Legacy," scribe-helmer Tony Gilroy enthused, "Writing chase scenes is fun, because you get to play with toy cars on a table with a…
Batman returned to Gotham Monday night for the world premiere of Warner Bros.' "The Dark Knight Rises."